Scentroid’s new drone-based air quality analyzer, the DR2000, is a leap forward in the aerial air quality monitoring and environmental industry. With the assisted drone, it can analyze ambient air at heights of 125 meters above ground level, which was previously impossible to accomplish. While in flight, several built-in sensors provide remote monitoring of a multitude of chemical compounds (sensor variance based on monitoring project).
The DR2000 Flying laboratory provides a platform to conduct both impact assessments and air quality measurements for a wide range of applications, including the monitoring of fugitive emissions, flare emissions, pipeline leak detection, methane from landfill sites, agricultural or cannabis facilities, odor emissions, military or emergency applications, urban scanning, and more.
The DR2000 technology weighs 520g, allowing for a diverse drone portfolio. Advancements in sensor technology provide for highly stable and accurate readings, and our included DRIMS2 software provides clear, concise date for environmental analysis.